Client Satisfaction is the foundation for our Success
Whether your project is paving a parking lot, driveway, or a large interstate highway, North Santiam Paving has the reputation of bringing the most experienced personnel and up-to-date equipment to your project. We specialize in repairing asphalt and concrete pavement failures, paving fabrics, resurfacing, and new construction including design/build projects. Client satisfaction is the foundation of a company’s success. We combine this primary goal with a strong work ethic and pride of workmanship.
We’re proud of our proven track record and since 1974 have won many state and municipal awards for outstanding paving quality. Our close relationship to our material suppliers gives us the capability to offer off peak or night paving services, allowing your project to proceed on schedule and within budget.
We are licensed and pre-qualified by ODOT, the State of Oregon, the State of Washington, and numerous cities and counties. Please, click here to learn more about the benefits of using asphalt pavement on your next project.
- Paving Repairs & Maintenance
- Commercial Parking Lots
- Residential Driveways
- Industrial Heavy Use Lots
- City Streets
- County Roads
- Athletic Tracks
- Tennis Courts
- Sewage Lagoons
- Forest Roads
- “Green Asphalt”
When removed from a roadway or parking lot, old asphalt pavement can be recycled. The recycled asphalt pavement (RAP) and other recycled products, like asphalt roofing shingles, are commonly reheated and added to new asphalt pavement in the plant mixing process. This, along with other design and construction methods provides the opportunity to incorporate LEED Accredited Sustainable products into your design, which in turn allows you to earn more LEED credits for you project. Porous Pavement, Warm Mix Technology, Organic Additives, and Perpetual Pavement Design are just some of the sustainable products and designs that can be produced with asphalt pavement.
These products have undergone extensive research and are endorsed by the National Asphalt Pavement Association, Asphalt Paving Association of Oregon, Asphalt Institute and Federal Highway Administration.